Indonesia wholesale bandwidth services provider TransIndonesia Network has chosen the Coriant 7090 Packet Transport Platform to support packet-based multiservice capabilities in the access and aggregation segments of its fiber-optic network in Jakarta, according to the optical transport systems vendor.
The addition of the Coriant 7090 packet-optical transport system will complement the hiT 7300 systems TransIndonesia network is using in its DWDM infrastructure. Coriant says the use of its TNMS network management and service provisioning platform will enable fully integrated end-to-end provisioning capabilities across the service provider’s access, aggregation, and core networks.
TransIndonesia network operates long-haul and metro fiber-optic networks that serve the major cities and other high-growth areas of Indonesia. The company’s infrastructure includes 6000 km of optical network that connects 68 cities.
“Delivering scalable and reliable bandwidth services on an end-to-end basis enables us to offer our customers greater capabilities as their bandwidth needs continue to grow,” said Andy McLean, TransIndonesia Network’s CEO. “As a trusted supplier with a highly competitive solution offering, Coriant made metro edge-to-optical core service provisioning possible, while at the same time, helping us improve utilization of our transport network resources with improved visibility and control.”
The 7090 is a relatively recent addition to Coriant’s optical transport portfolio. The system combines TDM (SDH, OTN) and packet transport (IP/MPLS, Ethernet) into a single MPLS-TP-based Packet Transport Network (PTN) platform.
“Innovation at the edge of the network can create differentiation and expand the breadth of services a wholesale provider can offer its business customers,” said Uwe Fischer, Chief Technology Officer, Coriant. “By tightly coupling service innovation at the edge with a high-performance optical core network using integrated, software-defined intelligence, service providers can significantly multiply the value of their transport infrastructure. We are pleased to extend our valued relationship with TransIndonesia Network by implementing this powerful end-to-end capability.”
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